Black True Body Lift Scoop Neck Bra

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Supportive enough to lift you up to one inch, comfortable enough to wear all day, this is a life-changing bra (your words - not ours).

• Lower neckline with a rounded ballet-inspired bac...

I thought a supportive bra meant giving up comfort...until now. Charity B.

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  • Jessica wears L

    Hands down - best bra I have ever owned. I've been a bra-wearing individual for 20+ years. I was accustomed to bras just generally being uncomfortable (suffer for beauty, right?). I assumed that the issues I had were just the norm. ...

    Hands down - best bra I have ever owned. I've been a bra-wearing individual for 20+ years. I was accustomed to bras just generally being uncomfortable (suffer for beauty, right?). I assumed that the issues I had were just the norm. I skeptically purchased the True Body Lift Scoop Neck bra after see an ad on Instagram. I had tried similar products in the past with little success. Many similar spandex/spanx style products offer smooth lines and comfort, but at a cost of losing my voluptuous shape (boobs squished flat). And products that maintane shape, never live up to their promises of comfort (same old, same old). During my first full wear of the True Body Lift Scoop Neck bra, I immediately noticed how I still filled my shirts out nicely. No squished boobs here! And surprisingly perky, especially considering the minimal padding and wireless design. Will definitely be purchasing more!

  • wears M

    Initially, this bra was rad. I put it on and felt SO comfortable. I immediately recommended it to my friends. But for anyone with large, heavy, or low-hanging breasts, wireless bras are on a timer from the moment you put them on. By th...

    Initially, this bra was rad. I put it on and felt SO comfortable. I immediately recommended it to my friends. But for anyone with large, heavy, or low-hanging breasts, wireless bras are on a timer from the moment you put them on. By the end of the first day, I was constantly re-arranging my boobs, which kept migrating to the front and center of the bra. I wore the bra again the next day, same issue, and slightly worse. Fabric this stretchy, without the aid of structure (like wires) just can't stand up to hours of wear, over multiple days. Additionally, I live in Texas, where temps in the summer hit triple digits for weeks. I'm not confident that this fabric will handle the heat and sweat of normal activity. I can't buy a different bra for each day, nor do I see myself hand washing/drip-drying the same bra each night. It's a lovely, thoughtful design. It's just not quite there, for me.

  • Sole wears L

    3.5 stars. It didn’t live up to my expectations, which were that this could replace underwire bras. It’s comfy and I’ll use for days when I’m just out and about casually but not for work or anything dressy. These are my main issues: 1...

    3.5 stars. It didn’t live up to my expectations, which were that this could replace underwire bras. It’s comfy and I’ll use for days when I’m just out and about casually but not for work or anything dressy. These are my main issues: 1. If you’re larger than a B, uni-boob will happen. The removable cups help somewhat but only to give the illusion of a bit of boob separation, this is nothing like underwire cups that keep your boobs separated and the middle of the bra against your chest. I was expecting firmer fabric and kind of “molded” cups but it’s basically a cami. 2. Support isn’t the best. My Ds are perky and while it looks ok, if you jiggle you can tell it’s not the support you get from underwire. 3. Too much fabric. The bottom of the bra goes down too low on the ribs and tends to ride up. The neckline is also too high and shows with a lot of tops.